|Reviews for Haiku collection: Friendship|
| Imagination Complex 4/26/12 . chapter 28
I actually think this is really good. Anyone can gain immense strength to protect something they love, and this shows it. The lines are broken in just the right place to let each phrase mean many things., Like one I've done. I like this.
| Erlkoenigin 5/6/08 . chapter 29
Das ist ein sehr schöner Zyklus. Am besten gefallen mir Nr.1 (teapot), 7 (Flower), 9 (Pearl), 10 (Wind), 16 (Silence) und 29 (Present), aber eigentlich muss man die Haikus hintereinander lesen. Dann ergibt sich eine schöne Steigerung von der Anwesenheit der Abwesenden bis zu den Gedichten der Freundin, die du angeregt hast.
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 29
another beautiful piece.
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 27
ah, so the acceptance of the gift is enough... that's kind.
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 26
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 25
i agree. can feel what you are saying in this haiku.
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 22
there's always something good in forgiveness.
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 11
of course, a pearl... literally. but who knows. finishing this poem interrogatively gives it mystery, like a guessing game directed at the reader.
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 10
typo error: second line. that's supposed to be can't, as how i understand your haiku.
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 9
This haiku shows how you value friendships - you compared it to a pearl... to get a pearl, you have to dive the sea... pearls are precious.
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 8
i like the drama here. the imagery focuses on the eyes, which is tearful. the emotion is vivid yet mysterious-was it happiness that made those eyes cry? was it loneliness? was it pain?
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 3
"all your tales are songs"loved the line.
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 2
tears often move us, soft-hearted ones.
| bahaghari 7/24/06 . chapter 1
that's what are remembrances/memories for... let not the people away from us be forgotten.
| Ygg 4/25/06 . chapter 29
The last two lines are AWESOME! Very powerful words combined with gorgeous imagery.. what else does one need to concoct a brilliant poem?